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they can change the world. they knocked on the doors and they said i don't want anything to do with you. they got discouraged. john louis said if it wasn't for freedom summer, barack obama wouldn't be in the whies how white house. 40 years from now our children are going to see a better criminal defense public defense system because of you. so our lawyers are changing the world. public defenders are changing the world everyday and you don't realize it because you are caught up in this wrath of injustice. part of it is supporting the public defenders to advocate with stories to try to get the resources that we need and to ultimately build a movement where the voices are too loud. you can't ignore the voices saying. remember what gideon said, this is a civil rights issue and we need to shame the country into stepping up to the plate. >> if anyone wants to learn more about gideon's promise i have borrow brochure. the website is gideon's promise.org. >> can you tell us about your personal story ? >> my personal story came in 1991. i was convicted of second degree murder of shooting into an
his promise to paralyze the obama presidency. he would have changed the filibuster rules if it was a president romney. which is probably true. >> absolutely. >> bill: as you said. >> right on. >> bill: go back to 2005, you can see exactly what they would do. senator, another issue that you've been taking the lead on is the employment nondiscrimination act or so-called enda. big vote yesterday and big victory. >> it came out of committee yesterday. a fully inclusive bill for the lgbt community. it is time we end discrimination in america and it came out on a vote that was 15-7. including the conservative senator from utah. senator hatch signed on. we had senator from alaska, murkowski. then we had my lead cosponsor mark kirk from illinois. and i think it is just an indication that folks from a variety of positions are saying that discrimination is wrong and it needs to end. >> bill: this is a high priority for the lgbt community. but for all americans i think. you're right. no reason to continue to allow employers to discriminate in the workplace. do you think that preside
to and said he also took part in president obama's national security meeting. >>> snowden's options for asylum are changing day by day. iceland voted to reject snowden's application. nicaragua announced they would be willing to grant him asylum. i has been stuck in a moscow airport for nearly two weeks now. iceland gave bobby fischer citizenship when the u.s. wanted him for tax evasion and breaks sanctions by playing a chess match in the former yugoslavia. >>> u.s. employers added an unexpectedly high number of jobs in june. 195,000. the june numbers follow job increases in april and may as well. in fact, the april and may numbers were updated upwards today. a lot of people went to work in the hotel, restaurant and entertainment industries. more people started to look for work in june. also a healthy sign. >>> commuters around the bay area celebrated the end of the bart strike. it ended this afternoon, giving both sides about a month to iron out a long term agreement. >> but there was collateral damage. the nearly week long strike cost the economy about $73 million a day. at least according to
of money but under the anything goes bush sec that all changed and i i think the obama administration so far has hardly done anything to roll back the damage. they value kinds of financial invasions that make the market less legitimate and less safe for you. all the changes that make the market faster and allow them to ping themselves for quick gains, they allow them to invade the margin ruls, bring double or triple etf selling power to appeal the original uptick rule that protected us from endless short selling. the sec improved or inacted these things that make the market more difficult when it gets bad and will do so again when we get that quick sharp decline. if you expect them to get your back, think again. if you think the exchanges want to maintain the legitimacy of the stock markets, not so much. they're not on your side. the bias is to allow lots of fast trades that each generate a fraction of a penny in profits. in the old days they were nonprofit organizations that can police themselves and now they're for profit public companies and their goal is to make money. nothing wrong
there will be a change at the top of the fed and who will that be? >> that's up to president obama. ben bernanke has done a good job there are a number of good names to choose. the good question for the chairman is what will be his or her view of the economy and exit strategy from the current policy. >> one final question, do you think the economy will strengthen in the second half of the year or not? >> i don't see markets strengthening in the second half of the year. i see a continuing recovery, to be honest. >> mr. hubbord and congratulations on your book. >>> well, one thing the fed keep as very close eye on is housing, and today just as mortgage rates hit a two-year high app captions for new mortgages fell by 4% and those rising mortgage rates are creating sticker shock for home buyers. diana olick has that story. >> reporter: at a broker's open house in northern virginia, agents are sizing up this single family home and recalculating what their clients can pay now that mortgage rates are far higher than they were six weeks ago. >> it's a lot quieter, which is a same because historically the rates a
appointments on a number of president obama's nominees next week. we will hear from senator reid on a possible filibuster changes. they spoke to reporters for 20 minutes. >> ok. we had a good caucus. a couple of people do not like changing the rules. we have the votes to move forward on this. our position is very clear. we want to break gridlock and make washington work for merrick, especially the middle class. we want to get things done and respond to the challenges faced by america, and the middle class. the first step is to stop blocking the president's nominees. all you had to do was be on the floor today and see the case for us. those nominees took months, and months through tactics before we had a vote on somebody they agreed with. three of the people that are my favorites on cloture on this, they do not like that law. they are not going to let him have his job. they say they will work out a compromise. what we will do is rely just lay that issue. but we will do is set up so we can be a funding agency. these people are tainted. there is not a single word in any record of any place that o
this match with what the obama administration is trying to do. from my perspective are watched the of ministers in for a long time basically trying to look go world where you're trying to find places where transformative change can happen both from an economic perspective and a technology perspective. a lot of that is low carbon driven, but it is not on pragmatic. so when you see what the obama administration announced within their own climate change strategy you see a world in which they definitely believe in trying. but there are also aware of the fact that there is a lot of conventional oil and gas resources out there and hydrocarbon based resources that they need to be able to compete with. how can we look at this as being a strategy that makes sense with some intellectual underpinning that gives people some confidence that may be is a good idea for us to be spending a large amount in u.s. dollar terms government money at a time when that is not a round to be spent and how it may leverage additional funds. a lot to touch on a few key issues. why he robbed banks? that's
obama in 2007. he had learned the government was collecting millions of phone records of american citizens. funny how things change when you are in the oval office. >> who was that fellow? >> there has been laws passed since then. >> yes, he dispensed with the letter. he does it with no authorization at all. >> and he is applauded by the right for so doing. >> and the left has risen up against him. >> one might expect criticism of such a change of position but i would say it has been missing in action. >> what do you do when the head of the nsa says, because of what we did, we stop these acts of terrorism. >> i say prove it. i can't, because it is classified. >> then we turned toward legislature and we deputized members of congress to have access to that information and make that judgment. whether it is legitimate or not. i do not see any way to get around it. >> from my understanding, there are two bank things operating at the same time in the last four years. that is an expanded capacity to amass information at the same time they have tried to make rules to govern it in a seriou
does. president obama emphasized climate change haas week in a major -- last week in a major speech. slowing the effects of climate change is crucial to insuring a bright, healthy future for the next generation. as the president said, we need an all-of-the-above approach to energy coupled with steady, responsible steps to cut carbon pollution. part of the solution is for both the public and the private sectors to continue developing breakthroughs in areas like clean energy. these breakthroughs will have an added benefit of helping us outcompete and outinnovate the rest of the world in the energy sector. we also need to do on-the-ground work to help communities as they confront the effects of climate change, many of which are already evident in some of our major coastal areas. noaa is at the forefront of helping these communities become more resilient for the long term. we're providing tools and expertise to help them prepare for and respond to issues like drought, sea level rise, flooding and more. we must all be working together to insure a healthy planet and provide a bright futur
their prescription because that's how long barack obama will be here which means no change in any of the policies that people are interested for the next three-and-a-half years. change comes in their editorial only if the republicans take the white house and both houses of congress and maybe by 60 senators. it seems like they're saying this may never happen. i think that's a mistaken way of looking at this. there's an argument actually perversely because we said as difficult as this is, this is the right environment in which to try to change immigration bills because it has to be bipartisan. i understand that sounds a little odd right now because we're facing these great difficulties. senate democrats can't come to terms with the house republicans but at the end of the day on an issue like this, we would be better off if we had a bipartisan bill that would asome of the concerns ramesh is raising on border security and things like that while establishing a path to legalization and citizenship for immigrants. it can probably be better done with both parties having a stake of the action. >> you both
's energy straight from nature to you. nature valley protein bars. >> more bad news this morning for obama care. the government is going to have to use the monday another system for aid under insurance changes. that's because the government acknowledged until 2015 it will not verify who is and who is not eligible. just last week the obama administration announced the employer mandate part of obama care. >> unexpected economic hurdle for school districts considering arming employees insurance carriers a threatening to raise premiums or revoke coverage completely. guns in classrooms should put insurance companies at ease. the opponents say puts them at greater risk for lawsuits. heather? >> thank you, ainsley. shocking new details about what happened in the cockpit during the final moments of flight 214. >> a call from one of the crew members to increase speed was made approximately 7 seconds prior to impact. the sound of the stick shaker occurs approximately 4 seconds prior to impact. a call to initiate a go around occurred 1.5 seconds before impact. >> now they are saying the pilot was sti
fairfairness, we're talki about an individual and family versus a corporation f. >> look, why wouldn't obama not come forward -- tom harkin says he can't change the law, the date. it's written into law. why doesn't the president of the united states say we'll do the employer thing for a year, let's hold off the individual mandate for a year. they would have problems too. and political interests, so what? tell the republicans, take it, we'll get the problem solved. >> when we come back, we'll weigh in on the zimmerman case talk about obama, holder, race, and what they think the result may be, after the break. my name is mike and i quit smoking. chantix... it's a non-nicotine pill. i didn't want nicotine to give up nicotine. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. [ mike ] when i was taking the chantix, it reduced the urge to smoke. [ malennouncer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of th
. in the long-term obama care will save money. >> this transition policy does not change the fact that the affordable care act will reduce the deficit by over $100 billion over the next ten years. this is more than fully paid for. >> reporter: at the white house the officials say that the claim that it raises the cot of the law is a sabotage effort. >> the republican house that's driving the narrative are not concerned about a delay and the law they want to impose. they want to kill the bill. >> reporter: jay carney says if the republicans wanted to fix the obama care bill they would find alternatives. what's driving them to do it is it's not working. >> i support that. we're talking about perm neblt delay. we'd like to see the same thing delayed for everybody. >> reporter: others agree with thune but there's a hard argument on how it is. >> the point is the mandate was not relay. certain reporting by businesses that could be perceived as ho r onerous. >> reporter: it contains no warning about not injuring workers. it say, quote, during this 2014 transition period, we strongly en
center starts 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. later in the day, a conversation on president obama's trip to africa. live coverage from the center of strategic and international studies at 1:30 p.m. eastern. senate majority leader harry reid and minority leader dutchman, debated whether to change senate rules to limit filibusters. the so-called nuclear option. this is next on c-span. the house passed a revised farm 208., 216- we will have some of that debate later. a senior political correspondent from politico joining us. what came out of the meeting on the proposed changes to filibuster rules? >> harry reid is ready to go forward with the so-called nuclear option, to change the senate rules by 51 votes rather than the normal threshold of 67. the higher threshold is usually set to make it harder for rules changes to occur, but harry reid says he is so frustrated with the use of the minority parties blocking legislation and nominations to move forward and he will invoke this very unusual procedure to change the rules by 51 votes. what reid wants to do is to invoke the nuclear option to es
to move this country forward. but there will be change, in the halls of state government. >> why if obama is in the fifth year and not helping the whole country, specifically black americans, why does he get 93% of the vote? >> it's the symbolism. we in america are attracted to icons and his election initially represented a moment in history where we knew there was progress. the fact that there was an african-american president elected was a good thing. not a bad thing at all, a lot of people felt pride about that but the policies have not been in the favor of not only african-americans, native americans, or america as a hole. >> not just policy, but making the case. you know, making the argument, talking to my friend, sonny johnson, about how it's time for us, especially black conservatives to move beyond the race discussion and start talking about how we persuade people, and honestly, when i've had an open, passionate discussion about why i am a conservative, former liberal and now conservative and i've explained why. it's because i care for my people, care for my community. everything
news this morning. according to "the new york times," president obama is considering a faster pullout of afghanistan than originally planned. one that would leave no u.s. troops after 2014. this possible change, of course, comes after recent frustrations with president hamid karzai and the stalled peace talks with the taliban last month. >>> a leaked pakistan report details the life of osama bin laden after the september 11th attacks. it mentioned an account of bin laden being pulled over for speeding in pakistan but was let go by authorities. >>> the death toll of the runaway train disaster in quebec has now reached 13. dozens are still unaccounted for. the transportation and safety board now says -- now saying the tankers involved in the derailment have a history of puncturing during accidents. >>> a judge in wisconsin blocked enforcement of a new law. the law had a troubling point of justification and set a new hearing for next week. >>> the battle over tough abortion laws continues in texas. activists on both sides turning up at the capitol for rallies and public hearings. while t
and turns as we are live at fort hood. plus, a potential big change of plans in afghanistan. president obama reportedly considering getting all of our troops out of there and bringing them home. plus, a fishing trip nearly turns deadly after a family says a dam just all of a sudden opened right in front of their eyes. that's coming up as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news. my mantra? trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; wo
right. up next, "the pulse." "the view" changing after a surprise announcement from one of the hosts. >>> and president obama crashes a kids' party. coming face-to-face with a pint-sized press corps. . k9 advantix ii not only kills fleas and ticks, it also repels most ticks before they can attach. the leading brand kills, but doesn't repel. a tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach and make a meal of us. get veterinarian recommended k9 advantix ii! >>> topping your wednesday "pulse," one of the women of "the view" will be waking up a whole lot earlier. >> today is elisabeth hasselbeck's last day on "the view" on abc. she will move to the fox news channel. barbara walters wished her well, saying they've had ten wonderful years with her. and she will be now swimming in new waters. >> now 36, joined "the view" after gaining fame on the reality show, "survivor." her new gig starts in september. >>> kids who won a lunch with michelle obama got quite a surprise. they were at the white house for a state dinner. 54 children. they submitted winning recipes for healthy foods like bring i
will you go on your own initiative and sign up too, but these are obama people and that is the obama list and it's to the going to change. some of the technology probably will be made either licenceable or put in under possession of the znc so it can continue to build them for the next couple of years and maybe hand them off to our nominee. i think obviously anybody who cares about the democratic party and all the things we've been able to learn and accomplish in the last eight year was hope that whoever is our nominee in 2016 isn't just starting from scratch. >> all right, teddy goth, precision strategies, former digital director for the obama campaign. thank you for joining us. we'll see you next time. >> funding for charlie rose has been provided by its coca-cola company, supporting this program since 200 --. >> an american express. additional funding provided by these funders captioning sponsored by rose communications captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org
and the council for senator rand paul will be talking about changes to filibuster rules. that will be live here on c-span this afternoon starting at 12:30 eastern. >> also today, a talk about u.s. africa relations. president obama recently returned from a trip to africa. csif this afternoon will take a look at the president's policy toward africa. that will be at 1:30 this afternoon on c-span. >> here at the wilson center in washington, we are awaiting remarks from the foreign minister of burkina faso talking about security situations in the sahel region in africa. also, the upcoming election ns mali. that's later this monday on july 28. we are expecting to start in just a minute. c-span2, the g-20 summit in september in st. petersburg, russia. there is a discussion taking place about that at the center for strategic studies. you can see that this mourning on -- mourning on c-span2. it will probably go for another hour. >> ok. please be seated. welcome. let me welcome you to the wilson center and to this presentation foreign minister of burkina faso, djibrill bassole. we appreciate your attenda
our conversation on first ladies. the role of the first lady and how it's changed. a president obama presents 2012 national medal of arts and humanities in a sermon at the white house. recipients included george lucas and kay ryan. this is 30 minutes. ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states and first lady obama. [applause] >> hello, everybody. thank you so much. thank you. hey! thank you. everybody, please have a seat. see, everybody is cheering because i've bought their books, i've seen their movies, i buy their records. [laughter] so we're major contributors here. well, hello, everybody, and welcome to the white house. thank you for joining us to celebrate the recipients of the 2012 because i guess this is retrospective -- national medal of arts and national humanities medals. one of the special privileges of this office is getting a chance to honor individuals who've played an important role in my life as well as in the nation's life. and that's what today is all about -- celebrating some extraordinary men and women who've used their talents in the arts and
: you know, the biggest change in health care policy up until obama's health care reform. >> host: uh-huh. >> guest: two big social welfare issues there, and there's a lot of issues on social,s because for the first time there's republicans in control of the presidency in both houses of congress so the partial abortion act was passed at this time, and president bush had two nominees to the supreme court, and they really shift the balance of power in the court, particularly on issues of women's rights so when you replace sandra day o'connor that had a big change on women's rights issues. whereas the partial birth abortion ban was originally declared unconstitutional and o'connor was the swing vote there; then years later, similar legislation declared constitutional by the roberts' court, and, of course, there's the ledbetter fair act going through that case going through the court at that time. >> host: right. seems to me that abortion was an under current for a lot of the issues that the senate, in general, deals with because of -- and not just in the four years you take a real, you k
, changing the rules of obamacare. is the obama administration giving a break to fat-cat business owners instead of you? senator mike lee says yes. he's here to tell you why. and big news from former governor sarah palin and tv host and star elizabeth hasselbeck. especially when it comes to my investments. you want a broker you can trust. a lot of guys at the other firms seemed more focused on selling than their clients. that's why i stopped working at my old brokerage and became a financial consultant with charles schwab. avo: what kind of financial consultant are you looking for? talk to us today. always go the extra mile. to treat my low testosterone, i did my research. my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as uneected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or incr
. sometimes you have to do things differently. >> president barack obama has said he'll veto the republican farm bill. >>> it's a small change but could make a big difference. thible which a kal law that could provide opportunity for teens that many normally couldn't afford. >>> if you think drinking diet soda instead of regular soda will help you lose weight, you might want to think again. >>> what the colorado theater shooting suspect is admitting for the first time next. >>> today attorneys for mass shooting suspect james holmes erased any doubt he was behind the massacre at a movie theaterrer in colorado. he was in the psychotic episode when he opened fire inside the theater last year killing 12 people and injuring 7 more. he has pleaded not guilty by reason of insan thank you. his trial is tote to take place next year. >>> improper use of insecticide is to blame for an explosion in chinatown today. it was set off by foggers or bug bombs inside a five story building. the explosion was strong enough to blow out windows on the first three floors and also sparked a fire. a total of 12 were
the moscow airport. so will a phone call between president obama and vladimir putin change things around? >>> and place your bets. a royal birth, and putting money on it. don't go anywhere. we'll be right back. soft would e really just need "kid-proof." softsprings got both, let me show you. right over here. here, feel this. wow, that's nice. wow. the soft carpets have never been this durable. you know i think we'll take it. get kid-friendly toughness and feet-friendly softness, without walking all over your budget. he didn't tell us it would do this. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. right now, get whole-home installation for just 37 bucks. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ >>> waiting for a verdict. the latest from florida in a live report coming up. then in texas, the fight over an abortion bill ends in a dramatic and sweeping way. we'll take you to austin, where it all happened early this morning. then to capitol hill, a fight o
to a different problem for the gop. latinos rapidly growing group had given president obama more than 70% of their votes. the urgency for the gop to change its tune seemed obvious. that was eight months ago. but since then a bipartisan bill has passed the senate that would basically achieve everything hannity said he wanted to achieve, $30 billion in border security, the border surge, a 1-year path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants with clean records with a series of fine and penalties. it passed the senate by a 68-342 vote late last month but now there's grave doubt anything like it or anything at all will make its way out of the republican-controlled house and why? the strategic thinking in the republican party seems to be changing. and who better to express that changing thinking than sean hannity. not only do i doubt that the current legislation will solve the immigration problem, he wrote recently, but it also won't help the gop in future elections. so hannity has evolved again, it would seem. just getting rid of the immigration issue is no longer the top of his agenda. thi
make or change the law like in the case of obama care, the rulings are open to the public. their reasoning, their reasoning is open to the public. why they did what they did. both sides of the argument get represented in court. we can listen to those arguments. since everything is open to the public, congress can then hear from voters then go back and rewrite the law. to can make it clear, make it inform to the constitution. the public accountable democratic legislative process continues on. that is how law making works. that how the court works. that is how it works usually. what we learned this weekend thanks to extraordinary new reporting is that one section of our court system has been of operating in a completely different way. it's the court that decides how much the federal government is allowed to spy on us. so an important court, the spying court. it meets in complete secret. this one court that meets in secret has been reinterpreting the laws passed by congress in a way that gives government vastly more power to spy on the american people than it had before, than
and there will be no gallery where the public can see what is going on in the debate. by the way, then senator obama said that if the senate broke the rules to change the rules "the fighting, the bitterness, and the gridlock would only get worse." unlike many of the president's other announcements, he certainly is correct about this one. i also want to give you quotes from another couple of people. senator bill nelson from florida said "we must encourage compromise not to change the rules in the middle of the game bordering on abuse of power. surely, the senator can rise above these partisan politics and come together for the sake of the nation." another senator, tim johnson, democrat of south dakota pointed out the reason why this is a good rule. "one of the consequences of the 60-vote rule is that it takes both parties by the scruff of the neck, brings them together and says you will have to reach across the aisle and cooperate, oordinate with your colleagues from the other party whether or not you like it." finally, dick durbin, democrat of illinois said," those who are focusing on the nuclear option
, another part of what noaa does. president obama em pa far sized climate change last week in a major speech. slowing if effects of climate change is crucial to ensure a bright, healthy future for the next generation. as the president said we need an all of the above approach to energy to cut carbon pollution. part of the solution is both the public and the private sectors to continue to develop break-throughs in things like clean energy. these break-throughs will help outcompete in the energy sector. we also flood too on the ground work to help communities as they face the effects of climate change, which are already of evident in some of the major coastal areas. noaa is at the forefront to helping these communities for the long term. we're providing tools and expertise to help them and respond to issues like drought, sea level rise, flooding, and more. we must all be working together to ensure a healthy planet and provide a bright future for our children. it is clear that our president understands this and leaders like chairwoman mikulski understands it too. she understands our environment
in 2014, that has not changed? guest: correct. host: but the element has changed. why did the obama administration will this back? guest: there were a couple of blog posts that came out from the administration last week, explaining why they had done this. we have been hearing a lot from the business community that the burden of reporting was going to be too great. that they were going to have to report. have tod -- we will tell you which employees have insurance, which ones were dependent, how many months of , too complex,hich we need more time, you need to simplify the process for us. we want you to work with us to do that, we simply need more time to do this and do it right. host: if this is a major part of the health care law, is this a significant setback? guest: it depends on who you talk to. most people would say that this is not. if you look at who is already offering insurance in the business community, if you look at who the mandate is going to apply to, january 1, 2014 or 2015, we are talking about employers with more than 50 employees. of that group, 96% of employers alre
spotted him in a car that he stopped for speeding. >>> big change in america's involvement in afghanistan. all u.s. troops may be coming home sooner than expected. president obama reportedly considering speeding up the timetable because of his frustration with afghan president hamid karzai. the original deadline for troop withdrawal had been the end of next year, with plans to leave a small residual force behind. now, the u.s. is considering leaving no troops on the ground. >>> the president of venezuela confirms that his country has gotten an asylum request from nsa leaker edward snowden. snowden's believed to be still holed up in that moscow airport. bolivia and nicaragua have already said they would grant snowden asylum. >>> tropical storm chantal taking aim at the caribbean. packing 50-mile-per-hour winds. she is expected the make landfall this morning in barbados, st. lucia and puerto rico, bringing up to six inches of rain and flooding. forecasters say she could turn into a hurricane before reaching haiti and the dominican republic tomorrow. it's expected that it will weaken before
stopped for speeding. >>> big change in america's involvement in afghanistan. all u.s. troops may be coming home sooner than expected. president obama reportedly considering speeding up the timetable because of his frustration with afghan president hamid karzai. plans to leave a small residual force behind. now, the u.s. is considering leaving no troops on the ground. >>> the president of venezuela confirms that his country has gotten aan asylum request from edward snowden. bolivia and nicaragua said they would grant snowden asylum. >>> chantele taking aim at the caribbean. she is expected the make landfall in barbados and puerto rico. forecasters say she could turn into a hurricane before reaching haiti and the dominican republic tomorrow. it's expected that it will weaken before getting to the bahamas. >>> let's look at the weather across the nation. hot and humid for much of the east coast and ohio valley. showers and thunderstorms in the carolinas into the atlanta and gulf coast area with some severe storms, hail, gusty winds in the midwest. and showers in the desert southwest
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